5 reasons I want to cruise aboard Royal Carribean’s brand new Ship, Odyssey of the Seas.
Odyssey of the Seas is a Quantum class ship, she has just joined the RCI fleet, delayed due to the World coravirus pandemic, she definitely seems to be worth the wait. Luckily cruisers from Israel will get to experience cruising aboard her this Summer. At approx 169,000 Gross tonnage , Odyssey of the Seas will join her Sister ships, Quantum, Anthem, Ovation and Spectrum to make up the third largest class of Cruise Ship in the world. Read my five reasons, why I am excited about Odyssey of the Seas!
- North Star
What could possibly beat a 100m high, 360° view aboard a Cruise Ship? Nothing! Although maybe not fo you if you don’t like heights! Enter the North Star observation capsule and slowly be raised up over the Ship. Don’t forget your camera, I expect the views will be spectacular!
Described as the largest indoor activity space at sea and promising to be fully loaded with all kinds of next level thrills, Seaplex sounds like a fabulous place! I often wonder what else can Cruise Ship designers add to cruise ships and Bumper cars have never been in my Cruise design day dreams! Oh they might be extra specially exciting during rough seas!
The Solarium aboard Odyssey sounds like the perfect place to relax. An adult only relaxation retreat with swimming pools, whirlpools, day beds and a bar, sounds like heaven to me!
Two70 sounds like an amazing entertainment venue. The promise of immersive technology all sounds very exciting! Spectacular live performances are enhanced by The Vistarama, a transformation of the 270 degree panoramic windows into a seamless projection surface, along with six agile Roboscreens for digital imagery to compliment the live performances. Two70 sounds amazing during the daytime too, a fab place to sit, to enjoy a coffee admiring the gorgeous views of the ocean.
5. Trapeze school
There aren’t that many places you can have Trapeze lessons! Seaplex aboard Odyssey of the Seas is one of those places! Soaring through the air aboard a ship will be quite the adventure! I had hoped for my first RCI experience to be over the Easter weekend aboard Odyssey of the Seas, unfortunately that was cancelled. Hoping to explore aboard one day! Do you have any RCI cruises booked? Which ship are you going aboard and where are you off to explore?